Glenbow Museum is the largest cultural museum in western Canada, in particular highlighting the history and culture of indigenous Canadians.
The museum combines artifacts, artworks, archives, documents and fun interactive exhibits.
Tour the Blackfoot nations gallery, imagine riding in an Inuit kayak or pioneer wagon, and see photographic exhibits, sculptures, modernist and historical art.
Learn more about the past and present by taking an interactive tour of Alberta and hear the stories of Canada’s first inhabitants.
Review by Terrell S, July 2012
Really good! History of alberta and Calgary area was very well laid out with interactive displays, feature of the month was stampede 100 years. It was all very cool and a perfect place for a date!
Calgary’s Glenbow Museum is in the heart of town on 9th Avenue, adjacent to the Calgary Tower. It’s a block away from the LRT C-Train line.